|SOUNDSATIONAL! 1141 - Jacksondouglas|
from the celebrated 1996 broadcast series featuring the music of Blossom Dearie, Shorty Sherock, Ray Anthony, Patti Page, Billy Butterfield, Artie Shaw, Jack Jones with Billy May, Francis Bay, Glen Gray's Casa Lomas, the Four Freshmen, Frankie Carle, Joe Bushkin, Sammy Davis and Percy Faith, (37 min. 30 sec.)
Keywords: 20th Century; popular; Blossom Dearie; Shorty Sherock; Ray Anthony; Patti Page; Billy Butterfield; Artie Shaw; Jack Jones, Billy May; Francis Bay; Glen Gray's Casa Lomas; the Four Freshmen; Frankie Carle; Joe Bushkin; Sammy Davis; Percy Faith; Jacksondouglas
|SOUNDSATIONAL! 1151 - Jacksondouglas|
from the celebrated 1996 brodacst series featuring the music of the Axidentals, Carmen McRae, David Rose, Frankie Carle, Jeannie Hoffman, Perez Prado, Buddy DeFranco, the Kirby Stone Four, Marty Gold, David Carroll, Bing Crosby and Johnny Mercer, Oscar Peterson, Bill Doggett, Merrill Staton and Elliott Fisher. (41 min.)
Keywords: 20th Century; popular; the Axidentals; Carmen McRae; David Rose; Frankie Carle; Jeannie Hoffman; Perez Prado; Buddy DeFranco; the Kirby Stone Four; Marty Gold; David Carroll; Bing Crosby; Johnny Mercer; Oscar Peterson; Bill Doggett; Merrill Staton; Elliott Fisher; Jacksondouglas
The biggest names in Hollywood and Broadway recorded for AFRS during the war years, The American Forces Network can trace its origins back to May 26, 1942, when the War Department established the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS). The U.S. Army began broadcasting from London during World War II, using equipment and studio facilities borrowed from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The first transmission to U.S...
Keywords: AFRS; OTR; Dinah Shore; Vaughn Monroe; Gracie Fields; Fred Allen; Mail Call; GI Journal; Bing Crosby; Spotlight Bands; One Night Stand; Frankie Carle; Clyde Lucas; Freddy Martin; Supper Club; Hilegarde; Command Performance; Groucho Marx; Music Hall; Jack Carson; Russ Morgan
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|SOUNDSATIONAL! 1142 - Jacksondouglas|
from the celebrated 1996 broadcast series featuring the music of Debbie Reynolds, the Kirby Stone Four, Ernie Heckscher,Frankie Carle, the Ames Brothers, Mitch Miller, David Carroll, the Hi-Lo's, Henry Mancini, Richard Maltby, Louis Armstrong and Bing Crosby, Tito Puente, Earl Fatha Hines, Vic Damone and Shorty Rogers and the Giants. (41 min. 50 sec.)
Keywords: 20th Century; popular; Debbie Reynolds; the Kirby Stone Four; Ernie Heckscher; Frankie Carle; the Ames Brothers; Mitch Miller; David Carroll; the Hi-Lo's; Henry Mancini; Richard Maltby; Louis Armstrong; Bing Crosby; Tito Puente; Earl Fatha Hines; Vic Damone; Shorty Rogers and the Giants; Jacksondouglas
|AFRS One Night Stand - WA4CZD|
One Night Stand was a program of live music ("remotes") that was produced & broadcast by the U.S. government via the Armed Forces Radio Service (AFRS) radio network. It featured the popular bands of the day and some lesser-known groups. Some of the vocalists: Meredith Blake, Liz Tilton, Anita O'Day, Helen Ward, Eugenie Baird, Bob Anthony, Thelma Carpenter, Jimmy Rushing, Earle Warren, Dinah Washington, Kitty Kallen, Rosetta Williams, Doris Day, Kay Starr, et al...
Keywords: World War, 1939-1945; World War II; WWII; AFRS; Big Band; Swing; Jazz; OTR; Vaughn Monroe; Charlie Spivak; Betty Norton; Ziggy Talent; Charlie Spivak; Shep Fields; Boyd Raeburn; Glen Gray; Count Basie; Sonny Donham; Russ Morgan; Jan Garber; Lionel Hampton; Lenny Conn; Harry James; John Kirby; Jan Savitt; Carl Ravazza; Freddy Martin; Jack Teagarden; Woody Herman; Henry Busse; Bob Chester; Stan Kenton; Louis Prima; Joe Reichman; Charlie Barnet; Shorty Sherock; Cab Calloway; Lucky Millinder; Chuck Foster; Les Brown; Jimmie Lunceford; Bob Crosby; Ray McKinley; Dick Jurgens; Hal McIntyre; Bobby Sherwood; Boyd Raeburn; Claude Thornhill; Benny Goodman; Harry James; Gene Krupa; Frankie Carle; Ray Anthony; Eddy Howard; Russ Morgan; Jerry Gray; Vincent Lopez; Leon Kelner; Charlie Barnet; 1943; 1944; 1945; 1946; 1947; 1948; 1949; 1950; 1951; 1952; 1953; Old Time Radio; 1955; 1957; 1959; 1961; 1964